Police, FBI trying to verify teen is boy missing since 2011

Boy last seen in Wisconsin in 2011 possibly found alive, says he was held captive

The teen said he had "been kidnapped and he's been traded through all these people and he just wanted to go home", Night said.

When police arrived, according to a Sharonville report, he told them a story that could end an IL family's yearslong quest for answers and justice.

She said Timmothy knew his home address and grandmother's phone number when he disappeared.

Pitzen was last seen at a waterpark in 2011.

The center has been involved in 50,000 to 60,000 cases in the past five years, and over 3,000 of those saw children recovered after being missing for six months or longer, he said.

Authorities say a teenager found wandering in Kentucky identified himself to police as Timmothy Pitzen, who went missing...

Aurora police said Thursday that the details of the investigation remain confidential and the person's identity has not been confirmed.

But FBI officials in Kentucky and OH said DNA tests conducted at the Cincinnati Children's Hospital showed that the teen is not Timmothy.

He described his alleged kidnappers as two white males with "bodybuilder-type" builds. He said one man has black curly hair, a spider web tattoo on his neck, and was was wearing a Mountain Dew shirt and jeans. The other was short in stature and had a snake tattoo on his arms.

In a Facebook post, the Sharonville Police Department near Cincinnati said it helped check local hotels for the suspects, but reiterated that its officers had no contact with Timmothy, and the information it cited was from a dispatch log.

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According to WCPO, authorities have searched multiple locations of the motel chain in the Cincinnati and northern Kentucky region but have yet to locate men matching the teen's description.

Authorities checked the Red Roof Inn and surrounding hotels and didn't find anything. "But to hear something like that, it's kind of mind-blowing".

CINCINNATI - Authorities conducted DNA testing to try to determine Thursday whether a teenager found wandering the streets of a Kentucky town is who he claims to be - an IL boy who disappeared eight years ago around the time his mother took her own life.

Before his disappearance in May of 2011, Pitzen's mother had taken her son out of school and on a trip that covered over 500 miles (800 kilometers) in two days, CNN said. She left a note saying her son was fine but that no one would ever find him.

The boy, his vehicle booster seat and backpack were gone by the time her body was discovered. She claimed she had given her son away and he would never be found.

Timmothy's mother was found dead later in a Rockford, Illinois motel. Tests showed the blood was Timmothy's.

"I know in my heart that he's absolutely alive, a hundred percent", his aunt, Kara Jacobs, said in an interview past year for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Timmothy Pitzen is the only missing child from Aurora.

"There have been so many tips and sightings and whatnot, and you try not to panic or be overly excited", said Timmothy's grandmother, Alana Anderson. The witness also said you could "see the fear on him and how nervous he was". They want to let him know that everything will be OK. A woman in Rockton, Illinois, thought she saw a boy resembling the image, but it wasn't him. DNA results have been returned indicating the person in question is not Timmothy Pitzen.

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